I enjoy the changing seasons. There is nothing quite as beautiful as the colorful leaves of the fall and the crisp clean look of winter's new fallen snow. Or how perfectly it molds to an automobile. Ice first, licking and adhering to the windows, followed by a nice heaping layer of snow. This isn't a terrible thing, on those days one finds they have fifteen or twenty minutes to allow the car to warm up and one can take the time to brush it all off. Yes, all of it. Begin with the top of the car and brush it completely off. Don't forget the rear lights and the head lights. Then commence scraping. For the sad fool that doesn't own a brush/scraper combo, a swift movement of the forearm will be sufficient, and a credit card will do well to take care of the ice, but take care to not break the card in half and lose those meager spending privilege. Again cleaning the snow off of a car could be enjoyable on a day of leisure. For the rest of the winter, prepare to shaking violently in the car that is not properly warmed up, while looking through a credit card sized hole that is all that could be managed to be cleared from the windshield. As for the rest of the car, just hope that it blows off before red lights flash in the rearview mirror. The days following that fresh fallen snow, look forward yellow-brown salt filled slush to be
splattered and clinging to the car.